Commodity Price Forecast for Oil and Gas

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Commodity Price Forecast for Oil and Gas

Speaker: Chris High, Managing Partner, Concentio Capital, Dallas, TX

  • Format

    Video

  • Duration

    50m

A discussion and demonstration of how historical price trend analysis is more effective than relying on the strip to determine future price direction.

Learning outcomes

  • Use price trend analysis
  • Determine price forecasting

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Product information

Overview

A discussion and demonstration of how historical price trend analysis is more effective than relying on the strip to determine future price direction. Different methodologies on how to review the trend and provide real-time analysis for the long, intermediate and short-term trends for oil and natural gas will be revealed.

Professional development

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Prerequisites:Basic understanding of factors affecting current and future oil and gas prices.
Duration:50m
Format:Video
Access:This is a digital product. You will have access to the content for a year after purchase date.

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£35.00 (CIMA members only)

£45.00

VAT calculated on checkout

Speaker

  • Chris High, Managing Partner, Concentio Capital, Dallas, TX

    Chris High has worked in the financial services industry for almost 25 years. He currently serves as Managing Partner of Concentio Capital Management in Dallas. Previously, Chris worked as the Executive Vice President and Co-Chief Investment Officer at Argentus Partners, LLC and as a Registered Representative for Smith Barney and Deutsche Bank Alex Brown. In addition, he served as the Chief Investment Officer for a Family Office in Pittsburgh, PA. Chris specializes in Portfolio Management, Restricted Stock, Derivatives and Technical Analysis. He also publishes Daily, Weekly and Monthly research for the equity and oil & gas markets. Chris was raised in Texas and attended Princeton University, where he received his degree in Political Economics. He is a Chartered Market Technician and a member of the CMT Association. Chris currently holds his FINRA Series 63 and 65 licenses.